The mouflon (Ovis aries orientalis) is classified as a subspecies group within the Ovis aries group.
The argali (Ovis ammon), also known as the mountain sheep, is native to Central Asia.
The goitered gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa), also known as the Persian gazelle or the black-tailed gazelle, is native to a large area of central Asia known as Azerbaijan.
The lesser noctule (Nyctalus leisleri) is a vesper bat that is native to throughout Europe and western Asia, with a range that extends as far as the Himalayas and the Urals.
The bushy-tailed woodrat (Neotoma cinerea) is also known as the packrat or the woodrat.
The striped field mouse (Apodemus agrarius) has a range that extends from Eastern Europe to Japan, and includes Siberia and Taiwan.
The southern bog lemming (Synaptomys cooperi) is native to North America, and its range overlaps with that of the Northern Bog Lemming in southeastern Canada.
The red-cheeked dunnart (Sminthopsis virginiae) is marsupial that is native to Australia and New Guinea.
The stripe-faced dunnart (Sminthopsis macroura) is a marsupial that is native to Australia.
The Julia Creek dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi) is a marsupial that can be found in in the area between Julia Creek and Richmond in Queensland.
Franklin’s ground squirrel (Poliocitellus franklinii) is native to the northern area of the United States and Canada, inhabiting tall grasses on the American prairie.
The spotted ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus spilosoma) is native to west and central United States and south and central Mexico.
The Mojave ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus mohavensis) is native only to the Mojave Desert in California.
The black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) is native to the United States, occurring in the Great Plains to both the border of Canada and Mexico.
Coues' rice rat (Oryzomys couesi) is a semiaquatic rat that can be found in southern Texas, throughout Mexico and Central America, and into the northwestern portion of Colombia.
The white-throated woodrat (Neotoma albigula) can be found in a range that extends from Central Mexico in the South to Colorado and Utah in the North
The Mexican prairie dog (Cynomys mexicanus) is a rodent that is native to Mexico
The yellow-nosed cotton rat (Sigmodon ochrognathus) has a range that extends from eastern Sierra Madre Occidental into the central areas of Durango.
The cliff chipmunk (Neotamias dorsalis) is a bushy-tailed squirrel native to Mexico and western United States
Abert’s squirrel (Sciurus aberti) is a tree squirrel that is native to the North America.